The Institute of Export & International Trade will be presenting a session to the Public Forum at the World Trade Organisation in Geneva on: ‘Learning International Trade: How formal qualifications help us reap the benefits of global trade’. The Institute, represented by Director General Lesley Batchelor and Young President Arne Mielken, will be exploring how a proper education can instil employees in trade with the right methodologies and skills to help their employers grow internationally.
Institute members are more than welcome to participate in the event (Registration required! See below!) and the WTO Public Forum, with its many sessions and high-level speakers. Registration is FREE of charge and required prior to the event.
Register here: https://www.wto.org/english/forums_e/public_forum17_e/pf17_reg_e.htm
It is important to note that access to the WTO building will only be granted if you have registered for the event on the WTO website here no later than 12 September 2017. Please note that registration will require your ID number and you will need have your ID on you at WTO.
The IOE&IT will also make telephone conferencing facilitates for IOE&IT members who wish our session to join but cannot travel to Geneva. A recording of the session will also be available after the event.
If you wish to join us in person, find the necessary information here:
When: 15:30 - 17:00, 26 September 2017
Where: Room F, WTO, Geneva
The session will also be translated into French and Spanish, and will be proceeded or followed by a coffee break outside Room F, which will provide participants the opportunity to engage with speakers and fellow guests from around the world
The IOE&IT will soon publish a news piece announcing this Panel and its experts, venue, and so on. A first blog entry announcing the event can be found here: